1. kamrzard

    Can install mac on [Asrock G41M-VS3 R2.0, Q9550, 4GB DDR3 RAM, HD 2400XT]

    Hi, i'm interesting in install mac on my old warrior pc [Asrock G41M-VS3 R2.0, Q9550, 4GB DDR3 RAM, HD 2400 XT] anyone know its is possible or have a tutorial for this type of hackintosh?
  2. Shotguncarver

    First Hackintosh

    Hi Peeps, I am interested in building my first Hackintosh and have been googling for compatibility, I think my tech is compatible up to High Sierra (graphics card), can you envisage any other problems I may encounter with my tech spec?: Case: Corsair Vengence C70 (millitary green) PSU...
  3. smorrin

    Is my current PC compatible?

    Mainboard: Fujitsu D3099-B1 CPU: Intel Xeon E5-2420 v2 Graphics Card: Sapphire RX 580 8GB RAM: 32GB DDR3 1TB Toshiba HDD
  4. F4LL3N

    Use Part I Already Have

    I alreaday have this case: I want to use it for a tonymac build, but I have two questions about it: 1. I notice the product description says ATX Mid Tower. Can I use any ATX mobo from the buyers guide or do I need a specific one...
  5. Lucas.bernardi

    Is this a good "easy to install MacOS" hardware?

    I'm going to buy a full PC from scratch next month and I'm looking forward to install macOS. However, I'm currently a hackintosh virgin, and, although I followed the "Buyers Guide", I want to be sure that the current hardware I have in mind is actually the best for installing it. I'm going to...
  6. pxbloxx

    Packard Bell EasyNoteENTE69SK.

    Hi there, i just want to know if my laptop is compatible with any OSX version. CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-6200U CPU @ 2.30GHz (4 CPUs), ~2.4GHz. GPU: Intel Graphics 520. Motherboard: Packard Bell Mapu_SK. 4GB RAM. If is it, can someone help me to install it?
  7. Felix1999

    Need some help to build my first computer (400/700$)

    I don't know much about computer building, but hackintosh really catch my attention and I'm really interested into building a machine. In this price range, I'm know that i'm not gonna get incredible performance but I want a least being able to do some light gaming, editing with Final cut...
  8. ThatMusicDude

    10.6.8+ VS 10.7.5+, Which build for Installing the 10.7.5 lion ?

    Hi From the older builds suggestion on this website (10.6.8+ VS 10.7.5+), Which build should I go for in order to Instal the 10.7.5 lion ? I know it's a bit of a silly question :crazy::lol:, I am a newbie at this website and I really need to be sure so I won't order the wrong parts. Huge...
  9. Cceptus

    Z270 Board Compatibility? Audio Concerns: Gigabyte Z270 Gaming 8

    Hello, Recently with the latest update of Mac OS X, I continuously get massive problems with the system no longer booting after it's been working perfectly, and it seems to be some sort of corrupt file structure. I was running Hackintosh perfectly for a solid year now and for some reason it has...
  10. A9FootMidget

    Is my desktop compatible?

    Hey there, I am interesting in using Mac OSX on my desktop, but I'm not sure if my desktop is compatible. Here's my current set up: Motherboard - Asus z97-E (usb 3.1) CPU - i7 4770K GPU - GeForce GTX 780 Ram - Corsair Vengeance 8 x2 PSU - EVGA 850 B2 and then I have an assortment of...
  11. avide

    Its my pc compatible?

    Hello guys, I'm totally new to this, does my rig support mac os? i5- 4670k Evga gtx 770 2gb acx ssd 850 evo 240gb caviar blue 1tb msi z87 g45 gaming 2x4gb corsair vengeance 1866
  12. ElveFlake

    HP Pavilion 17-f050sm - compatibility

    Hello everybody, i have red though the compatibility forums and i still cant figure out if i could try installing hackintosh without bricking my laptop, can someone experienced inform me should i give it a try? Ill post my laptop's full specification: Product Name 17-f050sm Product Number...
  13. rsleonard

    Corsair Bulldog Kit - Compatibility?

    Anybody out there with any anecdotal information regarding the Corsair Bulldog High Performance Barebone . It is a prepackaged package that comes with Intel Gigabyte Z170N-WiFi Motherboard w/ USB 3.0 Type-C and 802.11ac Wi-Fi. Looks to be similar to Gigabyte GIGABYTE GA-Z170N-WIFI (rev. 1.0)...